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. >> these democrats, sean. he went to his own ranch. christie, i realize that you're a conservative woman makes you feel uncomfortable. you feel that you have to constantly interrupt me. it doesn't work. i'm going to continue with my point and you're going to listen. >> let her talk. >> george bush, let's act like a lady, okay. george bush went to his ranch in texas and he chopped wood and he cleared brush, and he was -- >> he was -- >> he was in constant contact with his administration, he was in constant contact with his cabinet. now, barack obama if you remember back, really, in 2009 he was, when we had that almost terrorist attack on a flight that was going from amsterdam to detroit, and a president was vacationing in hawaii and it took him days to make an announcement about that? >> hang on. one at a time. listen, please, christie, we have to go one at a time, our audience wants to hear from both of you. let me go to the president today in phoenix, we repeated phony scandals, while we play this, think of four dead americans in benghazi, people that were targeted by the irs because of their pol
. sean, i'm representing one of the groups. they say they need an exception of time, why, because of criminal investigations of irs officials. that's pretty clear although we haven't been contacted by anybody with the fbi but they're saying there's an investigation. number three, the lois lerner e-mail back and forth to the fec lawyer was going on when there was not even an fec investigation. that has to be authorized. you know what the answer is? no wonder she took the fifth amendment. >> before we get to that, jay, i want to ask you one more question. explain, though, the law as it relates to the collusion between the fec and the irs. explain it. >> there are particular provisions of the internal revenue code. remember, sean, i came out of the irs chief counsel's office when i came out of law school. a government agency like the irs cannot share taxpayer information including ongoing investigations, audit information, with the fec as an entity. that's not legal. number two, by the way, to steves point, they cannot share taxpayer information that it has with a private citizen eit
, sean. this is not about republicans versus democrats anymore. this is hurting all americans. what own view labor unions, workers for the irs coming out against this, workers sent up to capitol hill to calm people down, you realize how much it's already hurting our country. for me this is the last best chance. we have to do this. if we don't at leeftz try to do this, the impact it's going have on our economy, some of it is going to be irreversible. >> and it's costing billions. the president got rid of the employee mandate that's costing $12 billion. >> think about the people who have health insurance now and they're happy with it. they're going to lose that health insurance. they have a doctor they've been seeing for the last 15 or 20 years. won't be able to keep going to that doctor. i think of working-class americans who are right now work 40g hours a week that because of obama care are going to be cut back to 29 hours a week. i think about the small businesses that want to expand and grow but are afraid to do so because it wows trigger the obama mandate. i've met and talked to thes
comprehensive health reform. >> how much does that thing weigh? >> you know what comprehensionive means, sean? i means unread. >> who wants to comment on the act wares. in washington, 106%. 86% in ohio. >> actually, sean, it's a big deal, when you look at how the law was calculated, the unintentioned economic consequences of obama care is disaster house. employers are shifting to part-time. what insurance companies are doing to increase premiums and game the system. all of the assumptions on which the law was passed, saying it's actually going to state of money are completely flawed. so the cbo needs to go back and recalculate that. >> the original estimate was, 900 billion, remember the president tried latest cbo number that i saw was 2.8 trillion. the number's going higher. was that a broken promise? >> we really need to go back to this point of the actuaries. it drives up the cost of insurance by a dramatic amount. in states like colorado and texas and florida. the cost of individual ly -- its for new tax hikes. >> monica, go ahead. >> let's take a step back and remember what this is really a
panels. is that true? >> no, it's not true. i live obamacare every day in the examining room, sean, and you know what i see? we got them more expensive insurance. we promised them more doctors and nurses, instead we have more irs agents. this entire law is about expanded insurance too expens e expensive, we can't afford it, our patients can't afford it, and the ones that told me who were on the fringe that said to me, i can't wait until this law comes because i'm going to have coverage and be able to see you, now they're ending up with part-time jobs and worrying if they're going to have insurance at all. >> steve forbes, you are one of the best money men in the country. you understand the finances of this. will businesses really not be able to hire full-time workers? are they cutting back on full-time workers as a result of not wanting to meet that 30-hour requirement? >> if you're a small business, absolutely. your margins are small, therefore, you don't have the ability if you have a large profit margin to do this, and in the face of uncertainty, you hold back and see how actua
stops right here. we are definitely looking out for you. >> sean: do you believe america is in a post-constitutional period and that there is this was anticipated by our framers in 1787 and there is a mechanism created that would allow amendments to begin in the states? i'm not explaining it as well as you. >> i think we need to stop fooling ourselves i've read other books, you look at the government today it's not a representative repub lichblgt you've got a massive bureaucracy pushing out thousands of laws. you look at the supreme court jun one justice issues these breath taking laws that have affect on the entirety of vote soet. you have the president of the united states brazenly rewriting laws and saying if congress doesn't act, he will act. then have you congress writing massive laws under the cover of dark issuing them quickly on matters they don't have right to legislate about and conferring enormous authority delegating lawmaker authorities to executive branch. it's not really a federal republic. and for 100 years progressive movement have been chiseling away at
is sean salisbury, a former nfl quarterback and one of the plaintiffs in that suit. good to have you here. before we talk about the financial aspect of this the 7 65 million dollar settlement you say you're a walking train wreck after your sports career. several have compared this case to the massive litigation against big tobacco. what does it mean for you and the other thousands of nfl players to see a settlement? >> i think it shows the compassion for the nfl. number two i'll speak to myself and guys i've talked to and know who have gone through this. when you see a former player who can't remember how to take his kid to school and you see what has happened to junior seau and players who contemplate it every day. some something like this comes down and almost a billion dollars, we are humble and blessed and i don't like when people say the nfl hid it. i don't think the nfl was as educated or informed then either. . you some smelling salts on and go back into the game. it means a lot. when my doctor sits across from me when you talk about a train wreck when he sits across from me and i
it above 15 and going possibly to 20. this could get into a bidding war. charles: sean, that's why we love you. see you soon. >>> two signs, that's right, two signs that spending cuts and austerity may actually be a good thing. first the pain from the sequestration. not as bad as president obama made it out to be. most of the major federal agencies out there, they have managed to reduce planned furloughs pretty well. some have eliminated them all together. secondly, looks like europe is coming out of recession. european economy growing in the second quarter of this year. turns out you can cut spending without the world coming to an end. at least that is what it is looking like so far, liz. liz: yeah, remember headlines out of sequester cuts, basically the sky was going to fall? biggest complainers, transportation, homeland security, education. even federal unions said we found fat to cut. they didn't have to do furloughs. reduced them or eliminated them or didn't do any furloughs whatsoever. senator tom coburn had it right. when when you put their feet to the fire they find the fat marbled
whether they agree or disagree. congressman watts? >> i totally agree, sean. you can't control what's going to happen at a town meeting. you go in thinking you're going to get all comers from a to z and you go in prepared for it. i think that's good. i think in the fourth district of oklahoma we converted a democrat district to a republican district simply because -- or town meetings played a big role. we did a lot of them answering questions back with the contract with america when it was not a very pleasant time when we got ridiculed and manipulated. but no i totally agree, i think you should face the voters. that's part of being an official. >> i get called names. i know it's hard to believe people say horrible things about me. you and i agreed a lot on issues over the years, although i find you coming more towards my way of thinking lately. you've always been willing to come on the show, battle it out. you never had any fear of this, did you? >> no. i think the importance of town hall meetings is that members of congress not only meet with the people but they tell people where t
prepared by major nidal hasan. staff sergeant sean manning shot six times spoke to fox news a year ago. with the defense department dealing with the attack he said via skype the public should make its own assessment. >> the government has treated this as an act of terrorism. i hope if people hear the words from hasan's own mouth that they understand this was an act of terrorism. >> reporter: in the only document bearing a date he writes i am compelled to renounce any oath of allegiances that require me to support/defendant any man made constitution like the constitution of the united states over the commandments mandated in islam. in another hand written document he states if i make any mistakes i ask for forgiveness in understanding. hasan declared american democracy is incomparable. even if it specifically goes against what all mighty god commands. hasan complains america's ban on cruel and unusual punishment promotes flogging of a forn cater or severing a hand of a thief. >> it is clearly an after the fact issue where he is trying to put the sort of personal jihad into a larger reli
questions on a wide variety of issues. welcome to the special edition of hannity. i'm in tonight for sean. earlier, our commander in chief spent most of his time at the podium talking about how he plans to have more trans papercy in his administration when it comes to the nsa surveillance program and while the obama administration would like all news outlets to spend their valuable air time to focus on his meager attempt to, quote, restore the public's trust,
investigate. this is why we're not going to let go of this. month ago, pat smith, mother of sean smith killed in benghazi. this is what she told stuart varney on you're world. >> it is not phony or and my son is dead. i'm waiting for someone to get back to me to tell me what happened? why did hillary do what she did? why was there no security there when there was supposed to be and who was the general or whoever it was that called back the troops when they were going to help. bill: that's tough stuff. no arrests were made. no arrests have been made 10 months down the road. you mentioned the tv network, they can go there and find a suspect and sit down and talk to him for two hours? and the beginning the administration said it was the fault of a movie. that was the story they put out initially. >> yeah, i mean that's, the making of a scandal. there are a lot of elements of this that we do not know still despite the fact that there have been a lot of hearings. the white house and the administration says that they have answered a lot of questions and they're ready to move on. the problem is the
and sean were at rival high schools, so i met you through sean. >> and i met stone years ago, and we're all close friends. >> so did you ever think you'd grow up to be raising children at home? >> no. >> i didn't think i would have kids myself, but here we are. >> quick answer, no. >> we heard so much during the economic downturns of all these stay-at-home dads and that this was the new economy. men were staying home and women were going back to the secretarial jobs and this is what the country was facing and you guys are living proof. >> i've got four kids and it's gotten tougher for us, and you know, when the economic downturn came around. >> when you watch mr. mom, does it bother you? are you offended? it's that stereotype, oh, the bumbling father and -- yes, do we make mistakes? of course, we do, but we're good at what we do and we love what we do and my wife's a physician. she is the primary breadwinner and so when we made that decision for me to stay. it was a no-brainer. it was a no-brainer and i wanted to stay home with my son. >> do you find there are more dads at the play dates or
in the november 2009 rampage that killed 13 at fort hood. staff sergeant sean manning was shot six times at the fort hood readiness center. listen to this. >> the government has treated -- has denied treating this as an act of terrorism. i hope if people hear the words from his own mouth that they'll understand this was an act of terrorism. >> these documents may change or force the government to change its classification of this. hasan's attorney verified the authenticity of these documents and add the 42-year-old former army major directed him to provide these to fox news. an expert in the koran reviewed the documents and here is his take. >> i think it's clearly an after the fact issue where he now is trying to put the sort of personal jihad that he involved in, trying to put it into a larger religious and geopolitical context and justify what he's doing. >> he now faces the death penalty if convicted. once again, fox exclusive, this information right here and also on our web site straight from his mouth. back to you. >> steve: thank you very much. we're going to talk to peter johnson
, and how the president i am not aware if you know this, but the president did not invite the mother, sean that smith's mother to receive his medal because she spoke out against him. they are telling her she is not immediate family. how dare him? that is the most terrible thing i have ever heard of any president. he is the world's worst. think you. guest: i am not aware of that. i am sorry i cannot speak to that. soft targets versus hard targets, what is the difference? guest: the analogy would be a match in an embassy that is extremely well-guarded typically verses of conflict, which is usually smaller and in a more pro -- remote part of the country. imagine a police station or military base verses a school or hospital. those facilities all have a great facility. part of the problem when we put facilities abroad, no matter how fortified they are, there is an asymmetric red for the host government ultimately has to be responsible for protecting those installations. as we saw and the hostage crisis in the 1970's, no matter how many marines you have guarding an embassy, at some point they wi
're not getting the same level of care? >> that is correct. sean manning, who is one of the victims and in fact the lead plaintiff in the suit that the victims were forced to bring against the government wrote an op-ed in the "washington post" the other day that lays out really in heart-wrenching detail the impact of the determination by the department of defense that this attack which obviously was terrorism and which the shooter admits was terrorism. it is classified as something else. it has tremendously deleterious impact on victims and frankly on a whole variety of larger policy issues that the government to date has really refused to address. patti ann: you mentioned the lawsuit. you have filed suit on behalf of about 150 victims and relatives of victims. saying essentially that the u.s. government should not have allowed to stay in the army given what you call his obvious jihaddist views. now i understand that lawsuit is on hold until the end of the court-martial? >> well, the government has asked the united states district court to put the lawsuit on hold until the completion of the cou
& furious." the other bought by sean steward, convicted of weapons charges in 2012. we don't know the exact locations where the guns were recovered, martha. martha: there was ongoing investigation into "fast & furious" by the administration. how is that going? >> reporter: the house oversight committee is suing for documents related to the program. the attorney general was cited in contempt for failing to hand them over. all this came to light after the murder. december 2010 after the murder of border agent brian terry. he was shot and killed by illegal immigrants smuggling drugs into the u.s. the "fast & furious" program was shut down after details of death of terry were made public. martha: steve, thank you very much. bill: apparently this was not a joke in missouri in the end. there is more fallout over this rodeo clown. he wore a president obama mask. the head of the rodeo association will no longer have a job. the clown will not have a job. now a day job as school superintendent might be in jeopardy. we can not make this up. martha: goings-on and on. plus it is being called the largest
? >> tucker: counter terrorism expert and instructor sean wolf. thank you for joining us this morning. 22 embassies and consulates. i notice they do span from the sahara to bangladesh. how specific county threat be if the response is this broad? >> that's a good question. >> because it is so broad, i believe the intelligence is credible and the threat is credible but maybe not so specific because it's so wide, it's all centered around the arabian peninsula which is where they believe the biggest problem is going to be right now. >> john, once these embassies are closed down there there be troops in front of the embassies guarding them? will there be afghani troops? will there be local military officials in those countries trying to protect embassy or just be there? it will just be there. the outside guard force will still be as normal. they are just closing for business. they are not removing the american diplomat. they close for business and that protects the visitors that would come there for visas and things like that. but the problem is closing for business doesn't make the american d
tell you my personalities are. rush limbaugh, sean hannity, mark levine. i always tell our clients can i say, i don't agree with what they say but i agreed with the value of the customer that they put in front of you. but if you listen to what they say, if you listen to the words, it's all buzz. and see what happens is, the people that are fans of that type of talk radio, they are listening very carefully. we are not paying attention. and what they're doing in effect is mobilizing their forces. so what we have to do is we have to make sure that we educate our young people. we have to make sure that they are politically astute. we need to make sure that they are a part of the process of making change in our community. and that's what i believe the role of a segment and a zeta and the mine nine organization did. we both of youth auxiliary groups. zeta hous has agreed. we need to make sure that we have a political action arm that is teaching our young people about what their history is but more important how they can change the future. and if we can do that effectively, we then help to se
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